Making a Balance Adjustment to Investment Account
I crated some new IRA accounts to track 2 rollover IRA's and an SEP IRA at Fidelity. I created the accounts in Quicken, and linked to my Fidelity account, but the amount reported in each account was significantly higher than the actual amount. I called Quicken and they directed me to Fidelity. I called Fidelity and they were finally able to see where Quicken had mistakenly pulled a higher value from a cash holdings account and said in 1-2 weeks, it would go away. Three weeks later, it was still off, so I read about how to do a cash balance adjustment. This seemed to work as the account now matches the online. The question is I created these as Cash Adjustments and they are showing up as very large expenses this year. These were only virtual transactions to correct the balance. Do I need to delete these and recreate them as a different type of transaction? Or should I delete the linked Fidelity account, and start over and see if it works correctly now?